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. just one the principle managers is steve (clapping) and i will read off for you names who are heavily involved in the construction effort and i'll ask them to stand. they're here every weekend. (calling names) (clapping) if you four could please stand up (clapping) >> those individuals are only a small representation of the amount of effort that went in and the others and i thank them all. i have an enormous amount of respect and others who made a significant contribution. i want to thank other and my cohorts on other committee. and one other person there are a group of people i have to thank is the california highway patrol. we couldn't have done this without them (clapping) >> commissioner farrell from top to bottom and skill that we couldn't have done without and i thank you. again personally. i'll name two otherville's the pier review panel we enlisted to help guide us to make sure we were making the best decisions and two of those individuals are here (calling names) i'm eternally grateful to you two (clapping) >> and to the people of the bay area. this is your bridge. this b
me in welcoming my chair amy worth (clapping) >> thank you, very much. steve i'm honored to be here to welcome i all and to say what a great a day and congratulations to everyone. it really is a glorious day. being around the eastern span one of the things you may have noticed it that construction is not an old boy's club anymore. it's something that video news man mark john noticed when he was documenting the bridge. so he's done more than 20 oral histories. and he comprised a short video precisely some of the women who have transcribed to the ante span. please join me >> i work in san francisco my mother worked on the new bridge and my brother. my mom worked on the first and second phase with me for another one of the contractors that were out here. and my grandfather worked on the original span but it's been fun. >> it's one of those projects that's come in a lifetime. >> it's seeing it take a look take shape. when i finish our work you see something >> i work for the superintendent of the project. so no days even the same. it's interesting like i said in high school i'm going
results tonight. i know steve schmidt will love this. and henrico county, richmond, suburban county, mcdonald won the county. 56-44. mcauliffe will win it 52-39. fairfax county. mcdonald won fairfax county, 23009. mcauliffe, has a lead. not all vote is in. 58-37. ken cuccinelli could not appeal to the middle of the look tore rat, suburban voters. he came close. there is still a very strong republican base in virginia. he worked the base. this is his entire last two weeks of the campaign was about turning out the base. and hoping that there would be a lack of enthusiasm for terry mcauliffe. when you look at everall turnov turnout. when you look at the lack of money. a lot of national donors. sat on their hands. believing it couldn't win in northern virginia. so, therefore he couldn't win statewide. which is a -- turning out to be true. one wonders. i have heard from one republican source. who said, where was chris christie. in fact, saying, that they, made an effort, apparently some senior conservative republicans reached out to christie. and asked him to come down to virginia and campai
after his re-election victory earlier todd. joining me now, steve carnaky, and john nichols. and karen finney and former communications director for the dnc. that part of the christie speech embodied the whole speech, which is it true you're all looking at me? am i right, all of america? i can feel your eyes on me and if you think it's true, it is true. i am all that and more. that was basically the chris christie speech. >> except i think you're being a little modest. this is chris christie. it's who he is. he didn't change his style. i think the interesting thing is, he gave one of the longer victory speeches i've ever heard. and the problem with it is, while it's an okay introduction, i still don't see how that plays in iowa. i don't see the -- coming from the midwest, rather self-deprecating part of the country, don't overly blow your horn. here is this guy saying i'm it, i'm the only thing that ever happened. >> i think the case christie is trying to make here, this is a speech 13 months in the making. this was a speech, as soon as sandy was over, it was clear there wasn't going t
hour ago after his overwhelming re-election victory today. joining me now steve kornacki host of "up" on msnbc. joe nichols, washington correspondent. he's author of "dollarocracy," and karen finney from msnbc. that part of the christie speech embodied the whole speech. is it true you're all looking at me? am i right all of america, you're looking at me? i can feel your eyes on me. and if you think it's true, it is true. i am all that and more. that was basically the chris christie speech. >> well, except i think you're being a little modest. >> exactly. >> it was -- this is chris christie. i mean, it's who he is. he didn't change his style. i think the interesting thing is he gave one of the longer victory speeches i've ever heard. and the problem with it is while it's an okay introduction, i still don't see how that plays in iowa. i just -- i don't see the -- coming from the midwest, rather self-deprecating part of the country, don't overly blow your horn. this guy is saying i'm it. i'm the only thing that ever happened. >> i think the case christie's trying to say -- this was a sp
's check weather and traffic. steve is here. he has your forecast but you are talking about the lack of rain too. >> we are talking about that in our next segment. today we talk about another mild start for many. especially in san francisco. 56 in the financial district. eureka valley 54. even cold valley which can get cold is not bad at 50-degrees. the forecast high would not surprise me to see low 70s today. there will be higher clouds but upper 60s to low 70s. 40s for many or 50s. its not as cold due to that higher cloud deck. although it is mostly clear. san jose looking for a little warmup today. 75. each day we are bumping up a couple degrees. these are all a little warmer on the higher temps. a mix of sun and clouds and easterly breeze still holding court from san francisco down to santa cruz. it will be a mild to warm day for some. here's sal. >>> steve, good morning. we are looking at traffic that is getting busier around the bay. i want to show you contra costa county because highway 4 is busy as it normally is from antioch to the better part of pittsburgh and then it gets
clark. let's check weather and traffic. steve, how does it look? >> a little different today. mainly 40s on the lows. there are higher clouds coming in and patchy low clouds are trying to get their act today. there is still an easterly breeze so that should take care of most of it. the morning lows are cool to cold. 52 oakland though. 54 san francisco. some areas closer to the bay are running rather mild top warm. we'll go with 68 today in san francisco. i think the only reason was a little cooler than yesterday 70s was due to that high cloud deck. mix of sun and clouds. an easterly breeze will mean some very warm temps over by santa cruz. that is where i went with 80. overall highs looking for a lot of mid 70s. upper 60s and low 70s by the bay. another warm november day. >>> good morning. right now jj the man that handles my traffic report is pointing something out with the cameras. let's take a look at 280 in san jose. northbound 280 does look good. we're also looking at the livermore valley westbound 580. we have a crash there. now traffic is a little slow. its better than i thought i
tune in their tvs right now and see how it's done. >> oh, who is he talking to there, steve? nbc news exit polls show governor christie's landslide was made possible thanks to nearly a third of all democratic voters. 57% of women and significant gains being made among black and hispanic voters as well. gains over 2009. steve kornacki hosts msnbc "up with steve kornacki." he's here to break down all the election results with me. let's start with what "the daily beast" talked about, some of these exit poll numbers. here's the headline. the outlines of a candidate who can dig the gop out of the demographic trap it's facing. and while hard-core conservatives might call him a rhino, republican name own, there's another name for it, a winner. what is the major takeaway from christie's win last night in new jersey, steve? >> first of all, if chris christie is the republican candidate in 2016, he's not going to be blessed for the democratic party that rolls over for him like the democratic party rolled over in new jersey. one of the reasons they rolled over in new jersey is because he was so
and former kerry campaign manager steve elmendorf and former press secretary rich galen. it's so interesting if you compare christie's views to ken cuccinelli's, they're almost identical. is his decisive victory a sign that pragmatism trumps ideology? >> i think ken cuccinelli was a lot more extreme than chris christie or at least vocalized his extremism. the test for chris christie is when he runs for president in a state like iowa or south carolina with a republican electorate, can he take this show on the road and i think the jury is out on that. >> the former rnc chairman says chris christie is leading a republican resurgent and said, quote, he's proved that a conservative republican can get votes from hispanics and african-americans, that a pro-life governor can get votes from women. this means that those voters are available to us, that we're not shut out demographically or gee graphically, that it's worth the effort. is that wishful thinking? chris christie is kind of a singular guy, don't you think? >> that's what it takes. one of the things we learned last night, steve, is that cand
not work out for them tonight. and ken cuccinelli did not win. joining us now is steve kornacki, the host of "up with steve kornacki." thank you for being here. interesting to look at turnout numbers, specifically in northern virginia. we saw an elector in virginia that looked much more like 2012 than the last time they elected a governor in 2009. >> what we saw play out tonight in virginia in a way was a repeat of election night in virginia in 2012, where in 2012, romney was leading in the state and all the returns that were publicly out there, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, those big four sort of -- those counties you talk about, loudon county, prince william, fairfax county, right outside arlington county, right outside of washington, d.c., in fairfax in particular, that's correct. those numbers from fairfax ended up being overwhelming for terry mcauliffe and that's where the late surge came from. i'm looking at that map tonight, and i'm looking at the 2012 map and it is sort of the same story. >> looking at the new jersey results, obviously no surprise that chris christie was able to get his seco
down about five points. steve sedgwick live for thus morning. >> a lot of expectation towards the employment report at the end of the week. six fewer days between thanksgiving and christmas that means retailers could lose $1.5 billion over the key holiday season. that said, the national retail federation thinks sales will be up 4% this year. online sales up about 15%. elsewhere, elite graduates from business schools, harvard business school, looks like they're looking more at tech than finances. harvard business school says 18% of job-seeking students landed tech sector spots this year, that's up from 12% in 2012. those same graduates, only 27% of them took jobs in finance, that's down from 35% last year. the remuneration, total package in finance is way higher in finance than in tech. >> burger king trying to crack the dominance of the big mac? >> yeah. it's all about the all-important -- it's the third bun. it's the bun in the middle. this is culled the big king. it looks remarkably like the big mac. it has two all-beef patties, three buns now. also lettuce, white onions, pi
president bush also with us our own steve liesman. gentlemen, good to see you. >> good to be here, maria. >> explain the theory. >> well, look, if obama care fails because of the website, well, then that's terrible for the president. let's say it succeeds and give it the benefit of the doubt and say the president is right and 30 million people sign up, and they start getting insurance, but they start paying premiums. those premiums maybe they'll be a bargain, $100, $200 a month. >> they haven't been a bargain. i see your point. >> let's give the president all the credit and say it's going to work. that's by my calculations about $77 billion of spending by consumers that they won't have to spend at mcdonald's and target and ford motor -- that's a lot of money. more than the president's stimulus plan spent on infrastructure or for tax cuts. it could be in an economy right now where consumers look a little bit shaky, it could be just enough to dislodge us from this tentative recovery. >> steve, you on board? >> not exactly. and i question todd advisedly because he's taught me about economic
and traffic. steve, i like the sunshine you showed us. >> we have nice sunshine. very mild for tomorrow. only a couple of 30s. a loet of 40s -- lot of 40s. san francisco temperatures are on the mild side from 50 in kohl valley to 56. financial district, south of market, some mid-50s. eureka valley, lower haight, potrero hill, 50s. higher clouds. it will be a little warmer today for some. especially towards, i think santa cruz, which i went for 80 degrees down there because they do have an offshore breeze. the east breeze should hold everything in check. mostly sunny, partly sunny at times. but 60 to 80. many locations will be in the low to mid-70s of the here's sal -- mid-70s. here's sal. >>> all right. the chp says there were two separate crashes. that motorcycle you see right there was driving down and may have hit some concrete debris as a result of the crash. the newschopper2 is about to show us it as he pans left. you can see the original crash northbound on 101. we're coming up to it here. it was an injury crash. it took out some of the guardrail, yore turned vehicle -- overturned vehi
. up next, walter issacson who wrote about steve jobs and ben franklin. he's standing by in studio 57. we're talking at the man who met the man in black we're tal cold & flu season is back so before the first sneeze help protect with a spray before the first tissue help defend with a wipe. and help prevent with lysol to get 10x more protection with each hand wash and kill 99.9% of germs around the house. this season, go beyond cleaning to help protect your family with lysol. start healthing. >>> welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour author and long-time journalist walter isaacson is in our toyota green room. there he is. nick's still here. he must like it here squoo last night's election. is it a sign america wants our politicians to move closer to the center? >>> plus it's been ten years since the world lost johnny cash. the journalist who knew him for three decades. he shares his career and battle against demons. that's ahead. >>> this morning we want to show you this morn's deadlines. a woman defeated her husband in a general election. jennife
the understand substitute. he wrote the best-selling biography of steve jobs and his su apple. welcome. >> great to see you. great to be with you. >> you spent decades. what do we read from these elections and how they may impact 2014? >> you know, there's a wonderful story about einstein. >> another subject of your biography. >> why not. he's watching in the early 1950s when america's going through mccarthyism and he writes his son and says i've seen this before. this country's going to go off of a cliff and then they write themselves. ize izeize hour eisenhower comes in. just when you think it's going to go off the a cliff it rights sits. this is what you're seeing now. >> terry mcauliffe said in his acceptance speech yesterday, remember when washington was broken? this is what happens when virginia bonds together and fixes itself. some thinks washington is still broken do. you? >> oh, yeah. they're badly broken and there's structural problems. there are a lot of things that make things bad. what's particularly different this time is back in this 1950s or even
york city moving to the far left. let's talk to democratic strategist, steve mcman. robert costa. i want to go to you. i want to pin de blasio on you. this is the guy who's going to be the next mayor of new york. this guy is so far to the left. he is way to your left. this guy is fighting ray kelly and the new york police department successful crime attemp attempts. he wants to tax himself. he'd rather risk people moving out of the state. today they say he wants to appoint randy weingarten to run the board of education. why are the democrats trying to destroy new york city. >> good evening, larry. how are you? >> i'm good. nkts you know, bill de blasio is an unrepen tent, unapologetic democrat. it won't surprise everyone what he's going to do. the real question is what happened to new york city that so many people turned away from the policies of mike bloomberg and have turned so robustly toward the policies of bill de blasio. he's going to win it. the margin is a little surprising to me. good for you, bill. >> i'm not so sure. maybe it's bloomberg. my pal joe lhota didn't run a goo
chairman steve israel joins me live. thanks for joining me. >> thank you for having me on. >> i want to start on that point. congressional democrats had a lot of political momentum after the shutdown. it looked like terry mcauliffe was going to win by a fairly reasonable margin last night, but he really just eked out a win. a lot of people think if ken cuccinelli had had a few more days to hammer the president's rocky rollout of his health care website, that he could have won. so how concerned are you about the political liability of the health care law in the 2014 races? >> well, first of all, cuccinelli tried to make this a referendum on the affordable care act, continuing this obsession with repealing it and defunding it. he couldn't seal the deal. this was a referendum on whether you embrace the ted cruz, john boehner, ken cuccinelli approach to government, which is shut down, slow down, crisis, inflicting pain on the economy in order to achieve partisan objectives. democrats were able to run on that, and that did seal the deal. moderate voters do not embrace the ted cruz, john b
tonight. joining us is steve carnaky. we saw an electorate in virginia that looked much more like 20 12 than in 2009. >> what we saw play out tonight in virginia was a repeat of election night in virginia in 2012, where in 2012, romney was leading in the state in all the returns that were out there, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00. it's those big counties, like loudoun, prince william, fairfax county, arlington, right outside of washington, d.c., fairfax in particular, those numbers from fairfax ended up being overwhelming for terry mccullough. that's where the late surge came from. i'm looking at that map and looking at the 2012 map, and it's the same story. >> looking at the new jersey results, there's no surprise that chris christie was able to get his second term. i was surprised how bluntly he was campaigning for president on the night he got elected. looking at those results, is there anything that was surprising or anything that's important there? >> i think what you're saying is true. base think this is a speech they started writing about a year ago. the democratic party did not invest in thi
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. 43% were for the incumbent governor there. with me now john feehery and steve mcmahon. it's so fascinating. but hillary clinton is a media star. she's a worldwide celebrity who's got no blemish on her, she comes into this thing still as the iconic figure to beat. around here the executive producer and i were trying to figure out numbers. we all thought that christie would lose to her about five or six. hillary's beating him in his own state right now. >> i remember when everyone thought it's going to be hillary clinton and rudy giuliani. remember that? i think it would be a huge boost for chris christie. he's proven he could win. >> close to hillary running with her in the exit polls. >> i think it makes him look very good. very blue state. and you know what? if he's going to be the favored son, i predict if he runs against hillary -- >> let me tell you something. we're the kitsds that snuck down around midnight to see what was going on. get this straight. we're the ones that look early. okay? your thoughts. >> here's what's interesting. he's a favored son in new jersey. she's
to weather the storm right now and this will pass. >> "this will pass." steve harrigan with more from our south florida newsroom this afternoon. what more do we know about these reports that the coaches were told richie incognito to toughen martin up? >> shepard, right now it's only unnamed sources telling the sentinel in florida the newspaper, but we could hear more from coach joe philbin in two hours time when he holds a press conference. philbin has come under sharp criticism for not having the pulse of his team and letting things go too far in this hazing incident. we also are getting more scrutiny of his offensive line coach jim turner, a man with no previousexperience who a one-time marine officer, shepard. >> all right. steve. one more question. some dolphins players reportedly blaming jonathan martin for going public on this. >> well, support for incognito, despite what appears to be racist messages has been extremely high among current dolphin players, both white and black, a number have come out to say that they love richie incognito. the dolphins meantime have pulled out his je
to respond. >> steve williams again, thank you so much for your petition. this -- patience. with ceqa you have been giving so much misinformation. let's start with the height. the height of the building is 70 feet. it's 55 feet to the roof. right on the architect drawings, there is another top 5 feet to the top and 10 feet on mechanicals on top of that. how can you analyze under ceqa if you don't measure that. ceqa relies on analysis. this the building is 70 feet tall. the nmd analyze notice with respect to the marsh. as a result not. the nmd does not recommended the marsh it's not mentioned in there and it's not noted as the neighbor. there is zero mention, completely and totally emitted from consideration. the people that have lined up here today have given you substantial evidence that are not mentioned in anyway shape or form in the environmental document. the planning told you they did the analysis. that's completely incorrect. i don't know where that comes from. it's not up to the public to provide impact when the analysis has not been completed. we have provided expert testimony t
experience in january. he was in court in moscow today, where a top dancer is on trial for the assault. steve rosenberg has more. >> he had been badly burned and nearly blinded. the bolshoi ballet's artistic director nine months ago. someone had thrown sulfuric acid into his face. now he had the chance to confront his alleged assailants. cameras crash of tv outside the courtroom, you could tell the drama inside would be as gripping you had ever seen on the stage of the bolshoi. because among those on trial here is one of the ballet troupe's own dancers. he is accused of organizing the attack. he is said to have felt seething resentment toward his boss. here in court, he described the accused as a talented dancer who he had promoted, but who had turned against him. he angrily rejected claims by the dancer that as artistic director he had taken bribes or had relations with some of the ballerina. the bolshoi has always been one of the jewels in russia's crown. this court case is a huge embarrassment and shines a spotlight on a murky backstage jealousy,ealously -- fierce rivalry, and revenge. but
when right back after the stroke right. it is. sells. steve the way. like china's vice minister of education helping it has been elected president of the general conference of unesco for it to the mennonite fall was officially endorsed at the opening of the station in par. he succeeds the time involved a country's ambassador to unesco are pleading with more the unanimous approval form and as often as. hope he becomes the first chinese hackers and that is too good not to handle the general conference. what job all i know we'll keep in mind the old anti human skull and to my smiles to her onto my role as the president of the general conference it through the top trees expectations and could feel my commitments. how to use the disappointment indicates china's increased in both men's unesco says. he says the high expectations that unesco amanda's on china open up to twenty two. these and many countries have expressed the hope some kind including developing countries african countries and alan davis. the all hope that i know would it stand out to play a constructive role at unesco. a
plaza. it is light. we don't have any road w to worry about and as steve mentioned visibility is pretty good here. no problems on the san mateo bridge either driving across to the peninsula. that traffic is looking good all the way across. we do want to mention that cliff menta street is closed between at least 11th and fun johnston because of a working fire. that is a good area to avoid. just get over to gary and california for the time being. now let's go back to the desk. >> thank you. >>> we begin with breaking news. a statewide amber alert has been issued for a two week old baby taken from an apartment in sunnyvale. claudine wong is live with some new information on the suspect and the car. claudine. >> reporter: that is right we have been gathering a lot of information for you. let me show you where we are. we came to the 900 block of helen avenue. this is the apartment complex where all of this happened. i did knock on the door where this family lives. the mother that answered did not want to talk. this all happened yesterday. let me show you a picture of the father. its 22-year-
would also be remiss not to thank the staff agency steve and director john of the planning department and to all city commissioners respective of their office. today, there are several former commissioners my good friend christina and others who are great supporters of us (clapping) we also have to thank a huge thank you your development partner jeffries and his family for they're truly amazing support for bringing about the mexican museum. in closings i want to acknowledge peter rodriguez the founder of the museum. we have this sister and brother lloyd rodriguez representing the family (clapping) i want you to then please stay and enjoy the celebration together we can it gives me great pleasure to introduce mayor ed lee (clapping) >> thank you andy for that introduction. well, today, obviously is a very special day it's not only the 2 hundred and third mexican today, it's appropriate we recognize ann an important institution that will be built here, no san francisco. the entire city and community are excited for this new home and we'll have this compliment the other world-class inst
steve hengineg executive director metropolitan transportation commission. >> good afternoon, good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen, on behalf of the toll bridge program oversight committee and my committee colleagues, and the director of cal transand the executive director of the california transportation commission, it is my great pleasure to welcome you at long last, to the opening ceremonies for the new east band of the san francisco oakland bay bridge. that is an applause line. [ applause ] >> i know that you joined me in thanking the oakland institute color guard and the choir, and their wonderful presentation and our ceremonies. [ applause ] >> and i guess that i will not ask you if it is hot enough. and it certainly is, so do please, keep cool and gentleman take off your jackets if you need to and keep the water going and keep an eye on your neighbor. and i'm going to ask you to rise again and that might create more air to hear our invocation from the reverend jay junior, from the oakland baptist church. >> let us pray. oh, lord our god thou who art the architect, engineer a
with heart disease. there was a 29% increased incidence of heart attack. cardiologist steve nissen at the cleveland clinic says we need better studies to assess the benefits and risks of testosterone therapy. >> just like women go through menopause, men go through manopause. that's probably part of male aging and treating it as a disease may get us in a lot of trouble. >> reporter: urologist elizabeth kavaler says there are risks that are complicated. >> there are risks associated with low testosterone and testosterone replacement. >> before you start treating millions of americans with testosterone, you probably ought to think twice. >> reporter: there are several possible ways testosterone replacement might raise the risk of cardiovascular disease. researchers suggest it might increase clotting with the arteries. further study of the risks and benefits is clearly needed. dr. jon lapook, cbs news, new york. >>> on "cbs moneywatch" now, new safety rules for airline pilots and casino gambling could be coming to the big apple. alexis christoforous is at the new york stock exchange wi
: not fair. and folks it's no wonder the brown haired guy who is not steve doocy won't go to the doctor. he hates wearing that cone. folks, he's not alone. the fox doc explained the obvious reason why all men, always go to the doctor less. >> we are using the health-care system much less. you know, also, our body are completely different. we only have the prostate. women have the breasts, the ovary, the utterus that get checked. >> yeah, men only have the prostate. (laughter) meanwhile, women are like the mines of moria down there you got the tube, you got the do-dad, you got the chicago bull, you know. you know, you got to kind of squint to make out what's really going on down there. it's like one of those magic eye posters. they say there's a little man in a boat but i've never found it. i tell you what, fellas, tell you what, as long as we're footing the bill for all this lady maintenance i say we demand pap smears. okay? hey, hey! if gynecologist, not gal-nicolo gist. i say we find a place to stick that speculum. they're the doctors. nation as a deeply relige-- religious man i know the
carrol out with apple roll out. you guys are pretty good, we're good when you ran the shop, and steve jobs ran the shop,al ut pal all the way through -- all the way through present leadership to make sure you debacles were a minimum. >> when i called it a belly flop, the metaphor was wrong, i would call it more of a risking stone. if this thing fails it looks like it is failing in different ways. what do we do? just as came in to personal computer industry in early days, when consumerrization was a big thyme, steve jobs cams came up h it, a chance to bring consumerring a of healthcare to the forefront,. neil: you would junk this? mr. president, cut your losses, quit massaging it, and recognize the obvious this is a disaster. >> i would do is really, turn to the private sector. a few of us, picked out a few talented entrepreneurs, we're financiallfinancial backing thed building role models with a solution. to get people involved in their own behavior change. neil: are you surprised now that there was -- very little expert i-t input into launching this? >> well, it is absurd. i can tell
not win. joining us now is steve kerr bernake. >> the turnout numbers specifically in northern virginia, we saw an electorate that looked much more like 2012 than it did the last time they elected a governor in 2009. >> what we saw in virginia was a repeat of election night in virginia in 2012. in 2012, romney was leading at 8:00, 9:00, 10:00. it was those counties, loudon county, prince william, of fairfax county, arlington county right outside of washington d.c. . that is correct. those numbers from fairfax were overwhelmingly for terry mcauliffe. that is where it came from. in looking at that malik tonight, that is the same story. >> looking at the new jersey results, it's no surprise that chris christie was able to get his second term as governor of new jersey. i was surprised by how bluntly he was campaigning for president on the night that he got reelected. the results in down ballot and everything else, is there anything that was surprising? >> what you are saying is true. it was clear a year ago that he would have an easy time because the democratic party did not invest. the dem
, steve? >> it does. wonder if it's got secret sauce. two all-beef patties. >> one week after testifying on capitol hill about the disastrous obamacare rollout, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius returns today for round 2. what can we expect to hear? joining us from the senate side, pennsylvania senator pat toomy, a member of the senate finance committee. he's going to be there this morning. good morning to you, senator. >> good morning, steve. >> i bet she's going to get an ear full because i know you guys in the senate have been getting an ear full from your constituents who suddenly have gotten those, hey, you've just been canceled notes in the mail. >> that is exactly right. of course, you know, how many times has the president promised people that if you like the coverage you have, you'll get to keep it? we always knew that was untrue. now, of course, it's coming home. and it's devastating to people. three and a half million so far have gotten these letters. because of obamacare, they lose their coverage. their plan no longer meets the satisfaction of the presiden
as the kardashians and now taking over the steve harvey show. wait until you hear the topic. >> now that look on his face right there is like what's wrong with this world? that episode, by the way, airs friday. >>> and steve just nominated for a people's choice award for favorite daytime tv host. sandra bullock nominated for five and going up against her "heat" co-star, melissa mccarthy, jen aniston, gwyneth paltrow and scar jo, favorite actress. the 40th annual people'shoice awards airs live november 8th. >>> taylor kinney opening up about his ultrasecret relationship with lady gaga. >> how would you be as a parent? >> oh, geez. >>> plus, the first pics of "ncis's" new agent and a sneak peek of tonight's episode. >> what's in the box? >>> plus "extra's" gossip girl dishing on the boy bander totally crushing on katie perry. tonight, leg warmers, vcrs. >> the karate kid. >> everything you love about the '80s on the goldbergs, on extratv.com. [ superfan ] we're hitting the road to help america discover the new helper. you've got to try this sweet & sour chicken helper. i didn't know they made chicken.
is worth more than the estate of steve jobs. his wife is going to walk away with more money than opera. dagen: how was it getting along with them? you would expect these gentlemen to be difficult and maybe temperamental. >> some didn't play the questions i asked about the environmental side of things and some didn't like their foes, that is what i do. they are colorful men, they are characters, some will love them, some won't. some make billions and lose billions. they have hired a lot of people and that is why some of the states around the country i traveled like texas, oklahoma, north dakota, pennsylvania, a real shot in the arm for small small-town america as well. dagen: what do think it says about the country as a whole and the american spirit? >> i was reassured in a lot of ways. kids getting to school, not finding good jobs and you go to places like louisiana, met a young man who makes $100,000 per year, so there's a real shot in the arm in those places we had tells you about the country, a little disturbing, the flipside is we are so to each other on fracking like we are in d.c
yesterday in district 3. and the victory of his candidates. as you all know, steve and i have had a good relationship over the last four years, i don't see any reason that that's going to change over the next four. we committed once again yesterday, today, rather, with each other to work together over the next number of years. and in fact we'll meet tomorrow in trenton to begin to lay out the agenda for the lame duck session and for the new session that will begin in january after the inauguration. so we're going to continue to work together. do the same things we've done before. it's produced a good result, that the people of new jersey seem pretty happy with. if that's the case, there's no reason to fix it if it's not broken. think the public came to that conclusion. and so it's my job now to make it happen. and that's exactly what i intend to do over the course of the next four years. so, even though i've been extraordinarily available on the trail to answer all the people's questions, to allow them to talk to me during the times when we had no availabilities, i know there's been a li
risk of heart attack, stroke, or death in those given testosterone. cardiologist dr. steve nissen of the cleveland clinic said we need better studies to assess the benefits and risks of testosterone therapy. >> just like women go through menopause, men go through "mano- pause," and that's probably a normal part of male aging, and treating it as a disease may get us in a lot of trouble. >> reporter: urologist dr. elizabeth kavaller said the decision to prescribe testosterone is complicated. >> the risks associated with having low testosterone, and there are risks associated with testosterone replacement. >> before you start treating millions of americans with testosterone, you probably ought to think twice. >> reporter: there are several possible ways testosterone replacement might raise the risk of cardiovascular disease. research suggests it might increase the likelihood of clotting within arteries. further study of the risks and benefits is clearly needed. >> pelley: jon, thank you very much. a major drug company is admitting that it faked test results on drugs sold to americans
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